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The Steve Deace Show Goes Live in New York City

On the heels of being heard live in Washington, DC, the Steve Deace Show is now going to be heard live in New York City. The Steve Deace show has just entered its second year of syndication and now will air live in the number one radio market in the United States.

The show will air on AM 970 The Answer weeknights from 10 p.m. - 1 a.m. EST.

"We're excited to see what one of the real rising talents in our industry can do in the nation's number one market," said Phil Boyce, Director of Spoken Word format for Salem Communications, who also oversees the company's New York City affiliate. "Many of us have been waiting for the next generation of talk radio to emerge, and Deace represents that next generation."

Deace's influence in the first-in-the-nation Iowa Caucuses has been covered by numerous national media like Fox News, CNN, MSNBC, Newsweek, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, and Time among others. Deace's writings have also been published by The Washington Times, USA Today, and Townhall.com.

"To go live in New York City after only 13 months in syndication is quite an honor," Deace said. "There are good hosts on hundreds of radio stations around the country who can't get cleared in New York City, so I'm well aware of what this means for the future of our show.

This is a very big step up for us and one we're very excited to take." One of the youngest nationally-syndicated radio hosts in the country, the 39-year old Deace promises to "Fear God, tell the truth, and make money" each night on his nationally-syndicated show co-hosted by Jennifer Green and Rebekah Maxwell.

To learn more about the Steve Deace Show, or to hear a demo of the program, please visit www.stevedeace.com. Steve Deace is represented by the national PR Firm, Eclectic Media Productions.

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